LADIES
Date of birth:
28.01.1973
Tatiana MALININA
UZB
Novosibirsk (RUS)
Place of birth:
Height:
160
cm
Tashkent
Home town:
Athlete
Profession:
Hobbies:
embrodery, astronomy, cooking, music
1978
Alpomish
Start sk. / Club:
/
36
at Dale City (USA)
h / week
Practice high season:
36
at Dale City (USA) and Prague (CZE)
h / week
Practice low season:
Igor Ksenofontov
Former coach:
Dr. Rostislav Sinitsyn
Choreographer:
Roman Skorniakov
Coach:
Music Short Program / Original Dance as of 2001/2002 season  
Song from a Secret Garden  by Rolf Lovland
Sweet Sorrow (Violin Concerto) by Henri Vieuxtemps
Music Free Skating / Free Dance as of 2001/2002 season
1.S
15.
1.S
13.
1.S
18.
National Champ.
World Juniors
European Champ.
World Champ.
Olympic Games
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
Malinina became the first Four Continents Champion in history, winning the Gold at the inaugural event in February
1999 in Halifax. She is also the first skater from Uzbekistan to medal in an ISU Championship and in the ISU Grand
Prix. She started to skate after visiting a local ice rink. Originally from Russia, she chose to represent the former
Soviet Republic of Uzbekistan after moving there as a teenager. Her father is a former figure skater and ice
dancer who became coach, her mother was a gymnast. Malinina admires Michelle Kwan for her style and grace
on the ice. Malinina moved to Dale City, Virginia together with fellow skater Roman Skorniakov in November 1998,
because her practice conditions in Tashkent deteriorated. Malinina married Skorniakov in January 2000. After the
sudden death of their coach in 2000 Malinina and Skorniakov train mostly on their own. Malinina had to withdraw
from the 2002 Olympic Winter Games after the short program due to illness (flu).
Sparkassen Cup on Ice, Gelsenkirchen
NHK Trophy, Nagoya
Sparkassen Cup on Ice, Gelsenkirchen
NHK Trophy, Asahikawa
1999
1999
2000
2000
4.
3.
3.
3.
ISU Grand Prix Final, Tokyo
Sparkassen Cup on Ice, Gelsenkirchen
NHK-Trophy, Kumamoto
ISU Grand Prix Final, Kitchener
2001
2001
2001
2002
5.
6.
1.
6.
S=Senior; J=Junior; N=Novice
International Competition
Year
Place
International Competition
Year
Place
Four Continents
10.
4.
7.
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last update:
29.07.2007
16:40:20